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Dec 4, 2012 4:00am PST
the break. w the industrial age - when making things with machines basically made america great. for years the manufacturing sector has been in decline, but many feel it's fine to cede our one-time world dominance here to other nations while we pursue the sexy growth areas of i.t. but not so fast, say the authors of the book, "producing prosperity: why america needs a manufacturing renaisance." one of the authors is willy shee. he's a professor at harvard business school. professor, you say we need to reverse this trend because manufacturing is crucial to our economic future - make the case for that. > > bill, i think the issue is that the ability to make things underlies your ability to innovate. our studies have shown that in many fields, if you can't produce the product, it really inhibits your ability to innovate into future growth areas. and we all know the importance of innovation to the future growth of the country. > is this happening then with, you might say, business and government complicity or ignorance, not realizing how important this is to our overall economy? > > one of the
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